Centrally located in Cooperstown's historic district, The White House Inn is just a minute's walk to Cooperstown's museums, shops and restaurants. This 19th-century Classic Greek Revival home was built by George Bowne, a reputed pirate who amassed his fortune plying the waters off the southern coast of the United States, resettling upon retirement to this quaint, upstate village on the shore of Lake Otsego.
The White House Inn provides the comforts of home, the elegance of fine lodgings, gracious hospitality, and the convenience of parking on site and walking to local attractions. Enjoy the seclusion of the private garden with inground pool. On a cool evening, relax by the fireplace in the gathering room, or repair to the parlor with a good book. At the end of the day, retire to tastefully appointed rooms with private baths. Awaken in the morning to a full, gourmet breakfast with delightful treats fresh from the oven daily.